Terry McLean, né le 15 juillet 1913 et mort le 11 juillet 2004, est un ancien journaliste sportif néo-zélandais, spécialiste du rugby à XV, auteur de trente-deux livres.Il suit les tournées des All Blacks pour le compte du New Zealand Herald.

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  • Terry McLean, né le 15 juillet 1913 et mort le 11 juillet 2004, est un ancien journaliste sportif néo-zélandais, spécialiste du rugby à XV, auteur de trente-deux livres.Il suit les tournées des All Blacks pour le compte du New Zealand Herald. En 2001, il reçoit le Trophée Vernon Pugh de l'International Rugby Board en hommage à sa carrière pour le développement du rugby.La reconnaissance de ses services intervient en 2007, quand il est introduit dans le Temple international de la renommée du rugby à XV.
  • Sir Terence Power McLean KNZM MBE (15 July 1913 – 11 July 2004), known as Terry McLean or "T.P.", was a New Zealand sports journalist and author about rugby (rugby union) in New Zealand. He commenced as a journalist on the Auckland Sun in 1930, subsequently working on the Hastings Tribune, New Zealand Observer, Taranaki Daily News and Evening Post (Wellington). After service in World War II he joined the New Zealand Herald (Auckland) as sports editor in 1946.For the next 30 years he accompanied most All Black teams overseas and visiting sides in New Zealand, writing a series of tour books and other books on rugby, 32 in total. He retired from the Herald in 1978. In the Queen's Birthday Honours 1978 McLean was appointed as a Member of the Order of the British Empire for services to sporting journalism. In the New Year Honours 1997 McLean was appointed as a Knight Companion of The New Zealand Order of Merit for services to sporting journalism He was inducted into the International Rugby Hall of Fame in 2007. He was born in Wanganui and died in Auckland. He was educated at New Plymouth Boys' High School. He married Margaret Coyle in 1940; they had one son and 2 daughters.He came from a rugby family, and several other McLeans were notable in New Zealand rugby union, including Hubert McLean who was an All Black in the 1930s. His father and four uncles played for Wanganui, and his brothers Gordon (Taranaki) and Bob (Wellington) played at provincial level.
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  • Terry McLean, né le 15 juillet 1913 et mort le 11 juillet 2004, est un ancien journaliste sportif néo-zélandais, spécialiste du rugby à XV, auteur de trente-deux livres.Il suit les tournées des All Blacks pour le compte du New Zealand Herald.
  • Sir Terence Power McLean KNZM MBE (15 July 1913 – 11 July 2004), known as Terry McLean or "T.P.", was a New Zealand sports journalist and author about rugby (rugby union) in New Zealand. He commenced as a journalist on the Auckland Sun in 1930, subsequently working on the Hastings Tribune, New Zealand Observer, Taranaki Daily News and Evening Post (Wellington).
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